Dec 09, 2015

Senate Clears Major New Education Bill, Sends It to Obama - ABC News

The way the nation's public schools are evaluated — teachers, students and the schools themselves — is headed for a major makeover, with a sweeping shift from federal to state control over school accountability and student testing. The Senate on Wednesday voted 85-12 to approve legislation...

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